Jeremy McClung

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Smashwords book reviews by Jeremy McClung

  • The Art of My Life on Oct. 12, 2012

    Excellent character development and portrayal of the inner tension between dark and light, faith and doubt, courage and fear. The coming-of-age story kept moving and kept me reading as I came to care about each character and their choices. Not your typical trite Christian novel, this honest portrayal is realistic in its portrayal of Christianity and spirituality in real life situations.
  • Avra's God on Dec. 18, 2012

    In her third novel (a prequel to the others), Miller portrays the impact the prayers and example of one person living in a sincere relationship with God can have, even in the midst of her own pain and struggles. A well-written, uplifting novel capturing the growth and soul-searching of the college years. As always, Miller does an excellent job developing her characters and the sense of inner tension that guides the story.
  • Tattered Innocence on April 09, 2013

    Tattered Innocence continues Ann Miler's proven track record of exploring the inner life of twenty-somethings in an honest and compelling way. This book explores the themes of guilt, forgiveness, grace and love in a genuine and thought-provoking way. This was probably my favourite of Miller's four novels, and the closing line has stuck in my head for two weeks now. For anyone struggling with self-forgiveness; for anyone who feels dirty or guilty; for anyone who wants to move beyond the mistakes of the past, but doubt's God's ability to redeem their failures; for anyone who just wants to enjoy a good book, this is an excellent read!
  • Tattered Innocence on April 09, 2013

    Tattered Innocence continues Ann Miler's proven track record of exploring the inner life of twenty-somethings in an honest and compelling way. This book explores the themes of guilt, forgiveness, grace and love in a genuine and thought-provoking way. This was probably my favourite of Miller's four novels, and the closing line has stuck in my head for two weeks now. For anyone struggling with self-forgiveness; for anyone who feels dirty or guilty; for anyone who wants to move beyond the mistakes of the past, but doubt's God's ability to redeem their failures; for anyone who just wants to enjoy a good book, this is an excellent read!
  • Chasing Happy on Sep. 08, 2015

    Chasing Happy continues Miller's series of thoughtful young adult novels. Though written from a Christian point of view, Miller refuses to give simplistic answers or paint a picture of an ideal world. She delves into the struggles of twenty-somethings and their quest for meaning, companionship and spirituality. As usual, she pushes boundaries in her portrayal of a young man wrestling with bisexual tendencies--but manages to do so with grace and honesty. Miller gives food for thought for those on both sides of a controversial issue.